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Doc & Phoebe's Indoor Hunting Cat Feeder (3-Mouse Kit) EXPIRED

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Chewy has Doc & Phoebe's Indoor Hunting Cat Feeder (3-Mouse Kit) on sale for $13.42 -> now $13.50. Shipping is free on orders of $49 or more.

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Includes:
  • 1x Trainer mouse with multiple dispensing holes
  • 3x Feeder mice each with two dispensing holes designed for any size kibble
  • 3x Feeder Skins to simulate the tactile feel of prey allowing your cat to grab, claw and use its teeth as it would in the hunt.
  • 1x Scoop to hold 1.6 tablespoons (approx. 1/6th the daily ration of an average 10 pound cat)

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    • Instead of filling the bowl twice a day, fill the hide the three Doc & Phoebe Mice morning and night.
    • Prevent boredom & help your pet maintain a healthy weight
    • This cat feeder has received an average rating of 4 stars out of 5 based on 2,800 Amazon customer reviews.
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Monster Pets via Amazon [amazon.com] has Doc & Phoebe's Indoor Hunting Cat Feeder for $13.79. Shipping is free with Prime or with $25+ order. >Now $14.58, In stock on Apr 14

Alternatively, Chewy [chewy.com] has Doc & Phoebe's Indoor Hunting Cat Feeder for $13.55. Shipping is free with $49+ order. >Now $13.50


Regular price is $19.99.


These are an alternative way to feed a cat. You put their dry food in it and hide the mice around your house so they have to hunt for their food. I have this set (paid more at a local pet store though) and my cats both love it. Took awhile for them to figure it out though.

You can also just use as a toy and fill with treats or dry food. If you do that, I would set on a more difficult setting so they have to work harder to get the treats out.

Chewy's photos are for an older version of the product. The older style just had large holes on top that would allow the food to come out more easily. Most recent reviews indicate you'll get the new style that has a way to set a higher difficulty level. That is the version I have and it works great.
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Cats eat up roaches and spiders. At least mine does.
Hiding cat food around the house?!!
You want roaches? Cuz that's how you get roaches.
Sorry, all cats come damaged in some way out of the box. No refunds 😆

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Shows as OOS.
Just ordered one through amazon
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Hiding cat food around the house?!!
You want roaches? Cuz that's how you get roaches.
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Hiding cat food around the house?!!
You want roaches? Cuz that's how you get roaches.
If you see one roach there are 10,000 more hiding. Roaches are like icebergs. Only a small percentage is visible
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Hiding cat food around the house?!!
You want roaches? Cuz that's how you get roaches.
Cats eat up roaches and spiders. At least mine does.
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Cats eat up roaches and spiders. At least mine does.
You have an odd cat. I've had four and they would have nothing to do with roaches.
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You have an odd cat. I've had four and they would have nothing to do with roaches.
My cats are not well fed, they are indoor and fit and slim, they pounce on anything that moves. They love costco pizza and tear up the box. I have to hide all human foods too. It keeps them healthy. Oldest one is 18 years old and still super active, strong, and catching bugs. If a fly enters the home it drives them crazy, literally jumps on my head claws and all to catch the fly.
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Hiding cat food around the house?!!
You want roaches? Cuz that's how you get roaches.

lol, the idea is to give them exactly the amount of food they need in a day so they'll be motivated to hunt the mice down and eat all the food. If your cats are anything like mine, they'll eat every bite within a few minutes of finding each mouse. You can also just put them out in the open, you don't have to hide them if you don't want to. Either way you're making your cat "work" for their food which can help with behavior problems, boredom, and obesity.
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Hiding cat food around the house?!!
You want roaches? Cuz that's how you get roaches.
You only get roaches if both you and your cat fail to find the hidden food again.
And there's nothing odd at all about a cat chasing something small and running around...it's literally what they're programmed to do.
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You only get roaches if both you and your cat fail to find the hidden food again.
And there's nothing odd at all about a cat chasing something small and running around...it's literally what they're programmed to do.
So, can l get mine reprogrammed then? Smilie
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So, can l get mine reprogrammed then? Smilie
Sorry, all cats come damaged in some way out of the box. No refunds 😆
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Sorry, all cats come damaged in some way out of the box. No refunds 😆
Amen brother. Have had cats for over 50 years; just got two new ones, and they've got all kinds of new weird.
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I've had these for years and fill them with Temptations. My cats know whats up and usually find them quickly even if I try to be sneaky. I think my crumbs from eating in front of the TV encourage pests more than putting these out.
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